Trust Order Review

Kia ora ngā uri o Tūaropaki

PROPOSED TRUST ORDER AND VOTING

The proposed Trust Order and Charter are being sent by post from 21st December 2023.

Voting opens on 22nd December and closes on 29th February 2024. Results will be announced in March 2024.

You can vote online, by post, or at the AGM.

VOTING AT THE AGM on 3rd FEBRUARY 2024

A ballot box will be available after registration at the AGM. New voting papers cannot be issued at the AGM so please ensure you bring your voting paper with you.

 

The Board has engaged an independent Returning Officer, and any enquiries should be directed to them.

INDEPENDENT RETURNING OFFICER

ELECTIONZ

Isiah Roberts

Independent Returning Officer

iro@electionz.com

0800 666 028

Background/Process

The Trust Order Review process was a significant undertaking for the Trust during 2022, with whakaaro led by our Owners. Our aspirations were to connect with as many Tūaropaki whānau as possible during five regional wānanga around the motu, to seek feedback on the future of the Trust. The wānanga provided an opportunity to learn about the history of the Trust and an opportunity for you to share your whakaaro on two important matters: 

  • Current Trust Order, potential changes, and the impacts these may have on Owners
  • Future of the Trust – your aspirations for the future Trust 

The regional wānanga were well attended, in particular the last in Taupō on the 15th of October 2022, which concluded an insightful and valuable process.  

Trust Order Review process:

Step 1: Listen, discuss, and record responses from our uri and Owners.  In addition to collating feedback at the wānanga, written feedback was also collected from Owners unable to attend.   

Step 2: Feedback collated by Kāhui Legal, key themes presented at the 2022 AGM.  

Step 3: Draft Trust Order and Charter sent to Owners for consultation.

Step 4: Feedback forms received from Owners and collated by Kahui Legal.

Step 5: Proposed Trust Order and proposed Charter sent out to be voted on.

Step 6: Vote on whether or not to accept the draft Trust Order and Charter - online or paper, administered by an independent Returning Officer.

Step 7: If the Vote accepts the draft, then an application will be made to the Māori Land Court to update and confirm the new Trust Order.